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Johann Agricola

(c. 1494—1566)

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Agricola, Johann

Agricola, Johann (1492?–1566)   Reference library

The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation

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(Ger., Schneider; 1492?–1566), influential German reformer in Wittenberg, Eisleben, and Berlin; Luther's adversary in the antinomian controversy; called Magister

Agricola, Johannes

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The Oxford Companion to German Literature (3 ed.)

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(Eisleben, 1494–1566, Berlin),

one of the early Protestants, studied at Wittenberg and was a friend of Luther and Melanchthon

Agricola, Johann

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The Oxford Dictionary of the Renaissance

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(1494–1566), German reformer, born on 20 April 1494 in Eisleben and baptized as Johann Schneider; he subsequently changed his family name to Schnitter. He studied at Wittenberg ... More
antinomianism

antinomianism  

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The belief held by various sects, but particularly by radical protestant movements of the 16th and 17th centuries, that certain chosen Christians are by faith or by predestination unable to sin, and ...
Interim of Augsburg

Interim of Augsburg  

The doctrinal formula accepted at the Diet of Augsburg in 1548 as the provisional basis of a religious settlement between Catholics and Protestants; it was intended to last until the Council of Trent ...

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